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New Look opens biggest ever store in Dublin's Jervis centre
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Nov '10
November sees fashion retailer New Look open their biggest ever store in Dublin's Jervis centre. The store was attended by a host of celebrities and prize winners and was opened by Kimberley Walsh. Kimberley has previously been the face of New Look's spring 2009 collection, and the fashion retailer was keen to invite her back to open the latest store.

After a press and VIP store party on the 4th November, Friday the 5th saw a queue of hundreds waiting at 9am to get into the store, pick out the latest clothes and winter coats and try and get their hands on one of the free 10 Euro New Look vouchers handed out to the first 100 people to enter. If you weren't lucky enough to be there at the ribbon cutting and bag a voucher, you can still get your hands on a New Look EUR5 off EUR30 spend voucher for the Jervis centre store at New Look's Facebook page. As well as the vouchers, the Dublin store has been offering scratch card giveaways to celebrate the opening.

The new Dublin store is open for trade to the public from 5th November, and is located in a portion of the former Arnotts Project store, in Dublin's Jervis Centre.

Not only has the new store's opening created a buzz in the local area, but the expansive site has also provided jobs to many of Dublin's local residents. Amongst the hustle and bustle, many customers were on the hunt for some party dresses ahead of all the big Christmas work dos that are set to go ahead this December.

New Look are award-winning fashion retailers, and offer a wide choice of clothing to suit all tastes. From shoes to handbags, dresses to jumpsuits, menswear to kidswear - all ranges and styles can all be found at New Look - and at the moment, some of them at very reasonable prices.

New Look Retail Ltd


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